Οι ελληνικές και οι σερβικές παροιμίες ως στοιχεία παραδοσιακής παιδαγωγικής

Μ. Γ. Βαρβούνης

Abstract


This paper undertakes a comparative examination of the Greek and Serbian
proverbs found in specific collections, focusing on their form and, particularly,
their content. They are perceived to share certain ideas and forms of expression,
some of which may be traced back to their common descent from ancient Greek
and Byzantine models. The paper also explores the diachronic presence of
certain proverbs and the poeticality which, according to the literature, is
inherent in various genres of folk speech. The main subject under scrutiny,
however, is the expression and transmission, through the Greek and Serbian
proverbs, of ideas and living patterns, mentalities, and behaviours that
constitute a kind of traditional teaching, which, through the various aspects of
traditional culture, are handed down from generation to generation and are
transmitted to the vehicles of the traditional cultural system.
This process is carried out implicitly or literally through the proverbs
examined in this paper.

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